Digit-X is a unique hand-held transmission X-ray Densitometer combining ease of use with high accuracy and repeatability.
The fine fibre-optic probe allows small areas of film to be measured accurately with readings being displayed on the large clear LCD panel to 2 decimal places.
Digit-X can reliably read film densities up to a maximum of 4.0D. Simply place your QA film strip on a uniform light source, press the fibre optic tip of Digit-X evenly against the region of the film strip to be measured and push gently forwards. The film density will be shown on the LED display. A conveniently placed zero button resets the display between readings.
Battery power means that the Digit-X is not limited in its areas of operation and it’s so light – just 175 g – that carrying it from place to place is extremely practical. Battery usage is minimal and a low battery warning indicator is provided on the digital display.
Digit-X is supplied ready to use complete with a 9V PP3 battery* in a handy carry case. . (NB: due to air transport regulations, a battery will not be supplied for export and must be sourced locally).
British-manufactured combining ease of use with high accuracy and repeatability.
The Digit-X NDT densitometer is manufactured by Xograph, which has nearly fifty years’ experience in designing and building reliable quality instruments. The Digit-XNDT densitometer provides immediate, precise and repeatable results.
Sturdy and robust design
With its sturdy and robust design, minimal drift and no warm up time Digit-X provides fast dependable readings. The fine fibre-optic probe allows small areas of film to be measured accurately with readings being displayed on the large clear LCD panel to 2 decimal places. Featuring 0.00 to 4.00 Optical Density.
Ready to use; backed by a ‘no fuss’ warranty
Digit-X comes complete with its own battery in a handy sturdy portable carry case, ready to use straight away.Backed by Xograph’s established ‘no fuss’ one year warranty makes the Digit-X NDTdensitometer the best-value choice for reading film on a viewer.